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Ukraine’s failure to enforce its own ultimatums and its appeal to the United Nations to send peacekeepers laid bare a grim reality for the shaky government in Kiev.
Until Sunday’s shootings, Frazier Glenn Miller was vocal about his views that Jews should be killed, but had not acted on them.
After a weekend of meetings, the White House was working on a list of new targets who would be barred from traveling to the U.S. or whose assets there would be frozen, officials said.
Health authorities said any risks of narcotics to newborns have been exaggerated, and if withdrawal symptoms do occur, they can be treated without any long-term effects.
Following in Facebook’s footsteps, Google said Monday that it had purchased Titan Aerospace, the maker of high-altitude drone satellites, which will be used to take photos of the earth and to connect people to the Internet.
The departures are the first major executive changes under Mary T. Barra, who took over as chief executive in January.
In targeting debts that were decades old in some cases, the Treasury had been intercepting the tax refunds of the recipients’ children.
Shock waves are sent through a small city by the discovery of seven dead children whose mother, the police said, admitted to killing six of them.
A bombing that killed at least 71 people in the capital may indicate that the extremist group Boko Haram is stepping up efforts to destabilize state institutions.
Entrepreneurs from Africa, Asia and Spanish-speaking Latin America are starting up businesses alongside the squalor and social ills of a downtrodden district.
China’s discounted claim of detecting underwater signals has annoyed the other countries involved in the search for the Malaysia Airlines jet, as well as delayed the search itself, officials and analysts said.
The Washington Post and The Guardian U.S. won the Pulitzer Prize for public service for coverage of Edward J. Snowden’s leaked documents. The Boston Globe won the breaking news prize.
The Major League Soccer team, jointly owned by the Yankees and Manchester City and set to start play in 2015, must find a site for a permanent home and construct it.
A 22-time Olympic medalist, Phelps is scheduled to take part this month in the Arena Grand Prix in Mesa, Ariz.
“Down South,” by Donald Link, has recipes from the Texas Hill Country to the Mississippi Delta.
More households are being priced out of more areas: An analysis found 90 cities where the median rent is more than 30 percent of the median gross income.
This summer, a dozen horses and 20 officers from the New York Police Department will move to a new stable at Mercedes House apartments on Manhattan’s Far West Side.
Conservationists and bird watchers are tracking migratory shorebirds and restoring habitat by paying rice farms in the birds’ path to keep their fields flooded with irrigation water.
The track star Oscar Pistorius’s displays of distress at his murder trial drew an accusation from the prosecutor on Monday: “You are not using your emotional state as an escape are you?”
Citigroup said Monday that its adjusted first-quarter profit rose about 4 percent, to $4.1 billion, beating analyst estimates.